About radio

Bombo Radyo Legazpi 927 AM is a radio station owned by People's Broadcasting Service and broadcasts in the city of Laoag, Philippines. It is part of the Bombo Radyo network, which is known for its broadcasting news and programs neighboring regions. You can listen to one the air music, information and public services. It's station employs experienced DJs who conduct programming on various topics. Due to its popularity, radio is one of the most famous in this region.

Flagship radio: Bombo Radyo Cebu

Slogan: "Basta Radyo Bombo!"

Language(s): Filipino, Albayanon.

Format: Public Affairs, Drama, Talk, News.

First air date: December 14, 1997

City: Legazpi

Callsign: DZLG

Owner: Bombo Radyo Philippines

Broadcast area Albay and surrounding areas



  • Dadu Nunz
    1.2 million homes in 10 months? Maybe, if this is true, maybe houses that started in the era Before 30 and ended 10 months, that they are in the same place! Amazingly incredible!
  • Rey Dacullo
    Good morning! Have a good productive week, guys!
  • Lea Barcelona
    It is just right to give them a reward and an incentive, especially to those who first helped and volunteered, and they still help, although they know that their help is free... but for me, I hope you didn't say that there is an incentive because there may be a lot of people who helped because they will receive money after.... Hoping after the recovery announced that there is an incentive... No offense, but it's possible...
  • Rosalie Sario Fulgencio
    Sir, good morning, what's that news about a shipwreck? I listen to you every day and follow updates on Facebook.
  • Martin Aliling
    What a nice voice JEN BOONE has. It's always interesting to listen to her.
  • Dominadornaranjo
    Thanks to the hosts BOMBA ELMAR AKUL AND BOMBA EVERLY RICO for the 60-minute news broadcast. It's always a pleasure to listen to you
  • Mark Penanueva
    You have become family to me, I think you are the best online station I have ever heard. It's great what you, a real shock radio frequency, have done in so many cities. Thanks for your hard work!
  • George Abundo
    There are really few interesting online stations, but you are clearly the best! Thank you for your efforts to please the audience.